Australia's Stephen Moore takes part in a training session at Twickenham Stadium in southwest London on November 17, 2017, ahead of the autumn international rugby union test match between England and Australia. / AFP / OLLY GREENWOOD
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Australia's Stephen Moore will start the 129th and final Test of his impressive career after being named as the Wallabies' first-choice hooker by coach Michael Cheika for the tour finale against Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday.The most recent meeting between Scotland and Australia saw the Scots win 29-14 in Sydney in June, arguably their most impressive victory since Gregor Townsend took over as coach following the end of the 2016/17 European season.The last six Scotland-Australia games have witnessed three wins apiece, with just seven points splitting the sides in their last three meetings.
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